Category Archives: security

Weekly roundup 2017 – week 14

Infrastructure So sadly the big news this week is the outage of two of our servers for needed upgrades. The status of the services that are down can be read here. Our sysadmins have been hard at work, already pushing … Continue reading

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Web services shut down preventively

Our sysadmins decided to preventively shut down most of our web services which were still running on end-of-life Mageia versions, as their potential vulnerability to remote attacks was publicised in third party communities. The migration of those services to Mageia 5 servers … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup – 2017, week 8

So, this weekly roundup is a new thing that we were wanting to try, with the hope that it will bring more attention to the day to day changes in both Mageia 5 and Cauldron, and what the various teams … Continue reading

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Mageia 5 Support Extension and General Update

With the delays to Mageia 6 and the approaching initial end of life (EOL) for Mageia 5 (initially planned for early December), we felt that it would be good to give an update on where things were with both Mageia … Continue reading

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They make Mageia: David Walser

How should we call you ? Luigi or David and why using Luigi ? David. Luigi is my favorite video game character from growing up. When I first started using the internet in the mid-90’s, one of my first destinations … Continue reading

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